INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES Policy 6320
Libraries, Media and Technology Services
Board of Education recognizes that it is important for students to have access to electronic based research tools and to master skills for their application to learning, problem solving, production of work, and presentation of information. The Board also recognizes that while these resources represent extraordinary learning opportunities and enriching educational materials, they also offer persons with illegal, immoral or inappropriate motives avenues for reaching students, teachers, staff, parents/guardians and members of the community.
Additionally, these resources present tempting opportunities for users to explore areas that are either confidential, have restricted access, are inappropriate or are disruptive to the classroom or workplace. It is the purpose of District policy and regulations to outline acceptable student and employee behavior with respect to use of District technology and electronic resources.